A gas-fired Olympics

Aboriginal monitors worked closely with Duke Energy International's construction crews along Australia's Eastern Gas Pipeline route as part of a cultural heritage program to preserve aboriginal cultural, wildlife, and their habitats. In the inset photo, a Duke employee rescues a snake from the trench dug for pipeline construction. Photos courtesy of Duke Energy International (Asia Pacific). Click here to enlarge imageOn Sept. 15, 2000, more than 10,000 athletes from 198 countries gathered in Sydney, Australia, for the opening ceremony of the 2000 Summer Olympic games, and over 3.5 billion people viewed the event on television. Click here to enlarge imageTraditionally, the cere...

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